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I'd go for no automatic overclocking, and disabling anything fancy like that. Do it all manual, it will give better performance in the end, just like with cars.
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i did do it all manual
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I have the most recent BIOS and I OCed my E6300 to 3.4Ghz. What week is your E6400??
no idea
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Is it a retail or OEM processor? If it is retail, just look at the box. It is after FPO/BATCH#:. It should read L6## and the #'s are the week.
    
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Anything special about a week 32 e6400?
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Anything special about a week 32 e6400?
I don't know much about the E6400 week overall, but i've seen a week 28 hit 4Ghz on a completely modded P5B Deluxe.
    
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Dang. Well I guess I'll just have to see what it can do.
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Why don't you try the 0711? I never touched the 0804 because the update was not worth it and from what I've heard, they were not so great.

The 0711 are great for me. No rebooting issue or anything.

If you can't find them, I can e-mail the 0711 to you. It's less than a megbyte.
Is the 711 just a exe kind of install program..or do you have to use another program and flash the bios and all that..cause I dont understand how to do that at all..its on my to do list with what to learn
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post #18 of 22
1. Download the BIOS file from the Asus Website. (Or where ever you find the 0711 BIOS file)

2. Use AsusUpdate to flash the BIOS file.

3. Voila.
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Is the 711 just a exe kind of install program..or do you have to use another program and flash the bios and all that..cause I dont understand how to do that at all..its on my to do list with what to learn
Asus update. Download the BIOS from the Asus web site and then run the Asus Update program, show it where the downloaded BIOS is and it'll update it. Reboot and you're done.

Btw, I'm using the 0804 BIOS and have had zero problems with double reboot, lack of video output or anything of that nature. I'd say your problems are hardware related, like a faulty component, or BIOS setting related. List your BIOS settings so we can see what they are, or take a pic of the BIOS settings and post it here .

Some of the settings in my BIOS are here. The only thing I've changed since these pics was to enable "CPU TM Function" as I read that it controls thermal throttling and I want that feature on.

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I have the 0711 bios on mine with a E6400 I can't even get the thing to boot up when I put the 804 version on it. I say stick with the 711 version. As to the PCI-E frequency thing I have played around with it and haven't seen any difference in benchmarks. Although I did ask that same question on here a few weeks back and was told that some people have seen some minor performance boosts also I was told that a setting of around 120 is about max.

On a side note I have another question: I have tried changing the multiplier for the cpu (the range on my 6400 is 06-08 and the stock setting is 08) CPUZ reads the change but I get no temp differences even thought the cpu is running slower does anyone know why this is? I'm starting to think that changing it makes no difference. Also the OS misreads the cpu speed is this normal?
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